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February 3, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

Apple Computer Inc disputes the Macworld story we related last week about stolen memory at the Macworld Expo trade show. The magazine said that 10Gb of memory was lost at the show due to the ease of removing it through the new easy access door in the latest PowerMac G3s. I don’t know where Macworld got their information, but we did not lose any memory at the recent Macworld trade show because of our new easy to access Power Macintosh G3s, wrote Apple spokesperson Russell Brady, we had a G3 open on a pedestal and took out the memory ourselves – it was just too inviting with the door left open all day and the hundreds of people poking their hands in there! Also, the new G3s come with a locking mechanism – so our easy access design can be securely locked – so that valuable components can remain safely locked away.

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